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  Blender to UE4
Posted by: Flying_Sword - Today, 12:00 AM - Forum: Tools, Tutorials & Resources - No Replies

Hi all, sorry I could not upload or link images from or from google photos. (Please show me how)

I have 2 problems in Blender (both version 2.79b and 2.8 ). I'm trying to create a mod (.pak) for the ~mods folder.

1. Blender Mirror or Symmetrize tool

     Every time I used them, half of the mesh disappeared in UV/Image Editor. From "-x to x", the half right of the mesh is gone. And from "x to -x", the half left disappeared. Is it a bug or have I done it wrong?

2. Export to FBX

     When I imported PSK to Blender, everything looked fine. Then I exported to FBX (even without messing with the armatures, mesh or materials), the armatures size got much longer and their positions have shifted when I compared the two. I have tried all possible setting when exporting to FBX but the results were all the same. 

     Is there another way to export to UE4?

Please help. Greatly appreciated.

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  Mr. Torgue Announcer
Posted by: Jess The Mess - Yesterday, 08:02 PM - Forum: Character/Stage/Sound/Misc Mods - No Replies

Changes the announcer to Mr. Torgue from Borderlands 2. The only thing missing is a lot of character lines, and Libra of Souls lines. Otherwise it's complete, I think. Obviously has swearing in it.


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  Post thread with images
Posted by: Flying_Sword - 09-17-2019, 10:37 PM - Forum: Tools, Tutorials & Resources - No Replies

Hi all, 

I tried to post a thread with some images but could not link images from nor google photos.
Does ModderBase let you upload image directly?

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  Libra of Soul but every enemy is Inferno
Posted by: FluffyQuack - 09-12-2019, 06:05 PM - Forum: Character/Stage/Sound/Misc Mods - No Replies

Download link:

You probably don't want this mod.

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  Hey everyone nice forum :)
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Hey everyone nice forum Smile

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Posted by: Hadooki - 09-10-2019, 05:17 AM - Forum: Modding Questions & Discussions - No Replies

So, a friend and I are somewhat new to modding and noticed something people don't do, haven't seen, or may not know if it's possible to do for SFV. We're looking in to trying to figure out how to add auras to characters (for example, Oni from SF4). We tried with Kage's, but his seems to be hardcoded and wasn't possible. Does anybody have any insight or suggestions as to how we could go about adding aura to a character? Thank you in advance (if you reply).

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Exclamation [Guide] Using and Setting-up Custom Animations
Posted by: Ouji - 09-08-2019, 01:13 PM - Forum: Tools, Tutorials & Resources - Replies (6)

Heya, so I'm back again with a tutorial. This time around, I'll explain how you can set-up custom animations in Blender, import them into UE4 and cook them for Street Fighter V.
I discovered this after lots of digging and lots of trial and error. These are just some of the funny examples of the hassle:

Disclaimer: I do not condone paid mods made with assistance from this guide.

Note: You NEED to use the skeleton generated from ZGF and his ZGF_DMG_HC_LEFT, which you should then change the preview mesh of and rename according to the instructions below. Therefore, you must do the ZGF process first before creating any custom animation for any other character.

Example 1

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Example 2

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It was a hilarious experiment, but I finally found a way to customise existing animations for most moves and import your own. There are, however, various limitations that I'll get into. Please note that I'm writing this tutorial with the expectation that you understand the basics of using Umodel, QuickBMS, Blender 2.79, Fluffy's Mod Manager and Unreal Engine 4.7.6. If you would like some guidance regarding the basics of modding SFV, you can have a look at various in-depth tutorials made by @UncleFestor (link), @sleepy_scrub (link) and @Ecchi Gamer (link) or you join the Modder Base discord server, where many would be willing to help you out. I do urge you to check the tutorials out first, as they are definitely worth reading/watching.

Step 1 Copy Necessary Files

After exporting the game's pak files using QuickBMS, make a copy of StreetFighterV\Content\Chara\CMN (you will be relying on this folder quite a lot) and a copy of 'ZGF' in addition to the any other character folder you need, more specifically the 'Animation' folder and the 'Mesh' file of the costume you want (will be choosing 01). In terms of this tutorial, I will be discussing how to export Zangief and his animation since he's an essential part of this process. I won't discuss how to export any other character and their animation, since it's the same process. Regardless, you need to export Gief and the animation file discussed in this tutorial to establish a solid foundation for your workflow with minimum errors. So, I created a new "Chara" folder, pasted the original "CMN" into it, then I created another folder alongside it called "ZGF" and copied the necessary original files into it, maintaining the original structure in order to avoid any future errors.

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Step 2 Umodel Exporting Process

This is the first part where we actually get down to business. In the case of this tutorial, I will be replacing Zangief's taunt with a wacky custom 'Banishing Flat' animation to test it out. Only recently, due to the various efforts made by Doctor Bear, we are able to create additional slots for animations. However, since I've been writing this tutorial for a while now, I'm not going to redo everything to accommodate Doctor Bear's tool. 

As I lack the skills necessary for creating proper animations from scratch, I will be basing my animation on his "ZGF_DMG_HC_LEFT", which you have to export regardless of whether you would like to make custom animations for ZGF or any other character.
Eventually, I will be modifying the ZGF animation to replicate a rough, flipped 'Banishing Flat' animation.
When opening Umodel for the first time, make sure you replicate these settings, aside from the directory I've written of course. 

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Subsequently, press 'OK', and open the mesh:

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Once you click 'Open', you'll get something like this:

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Now for the tricky part. Press 'O' on your keyboard and you will be given the option to open another files using Umodel. Make sure you navigate to the 'Animation' folder you copied and append it to the opened mesh:

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Now, once you do that, you'll be greeted with the exact same screen as before. However, you're now able to navigate through the animations you've chosen by pressing ']' and '['. When you're done doing so, you can press 'Export', and then navigate into the output folder of Umodel, which is usually named "UmodelExport". You'll typically see two folders 'CMN' and 'ZGF', make sure you make a copy of UmodelExport\CMN\Skeleton\CMN_Skeleton.psa (the skeleton file which includes the exported animation) and UmodelExport\ZGF\SkelMesh\ZGF_01.uasset (your mesh file).

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Step 3 Import into Blender CORRECTLY

We are basically done with Umodel for now; it's time for Blender! I'm not going to explain how to enable add-ons in Blender, as you can check my thread for that. Since I'm too lazy to write everything step by step, you can figure things out by looking at the screenshots provided. Please note that in order to correctly import your mesh and animation using Blender PSK add-on by Befzz, you need to follow this sequence of images step by step:

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Step 4 Set-up Animation in Blender for Modification

This step, like the Umodel process, can be replicated for other character animations AFTER exporting ZGF and "ZGF_DMG_HC_LEFT" which should be attached to him through Umodel.
Note: Keep in mind that sometimes Blender crashes due to the huge size of the animations exported from Umodel, so make sure you only export one animation at a time from Umodel and also import one animation at a time into Blender.

The moment your PSA file is successfully imported, you need to navigate to the 'Render' window and set the fps to '60' because SFV uses 60 fps animations. Make sure to match the frame range with the original animation duration (you don't have to match the frame range for other custom animations just this particular Gief one). You can drag up the window where the three diagonal lines icon is to open a new window. Make sure you have the window set to either 'Dope Sheet' or 'Timeline' to figure out the duration of the animation. One important shortcut you need to know is Alt + A, which starts and stops the animation.

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After that, you should set the new window to view the 'Timeline' and click on the record icon to enable auto key-framing. That way you can make adjustments to the animation in real-time or pause between frames and make adjustments however you want.

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Step 5 Modify Animation in Blender

So, like I said, I will not make major changes to "ZGF_DMG_HC_LEFT" because I'm not a good animator. To modify animations, go into Pose Mode and modify the translations of the bones. You can navigate through key-frames and make your changes either through the Dope Sheet, NLA Editor or Timeline. Watch this video if you wanna learn the basics of animating in Blender. Once you're done with your animation, it's time to export it for UE4.

Step 6 Exporting from Blender

Make sure you have this FBX add-on installed. Scroll all the way back to the first frame of your animation through the Timeline or Dope Sheet and navigate to Object mode. Make sure you press on the mesh icon that looks like a 'V' next and then hold Shift while selecting the armature. Click 'File' > 'Export' > 'FBX' and copy the settings from the screenshot. Make sure you name your FBX to 'BasePose_ZGF' (or BasePose_"your character code" if you have already exported the essential ZGF animation). It should take a bit to export depending on your animation's length. 

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Step 7 Creating the Folder Structure in Unreal Engine 4

Once that's done, create a new project in UE4 called 'StreetFighterV', or you can use your existing StreetFighterV project if you made mods before. Once that's done, create your character folders. Remember ZGF's "ZGF_DMG_HC_LEFT" animation is essential before you create any other animation. In my case, since I'm only working with Gief, I created a folder called 'Chara' and created two folders labelled 'ZGF'. and 'CMN'. Inside CMN, I created a folder called 'Skeleton', and inside 'ZGF', I created two folders, 'SkelMesh' and 'Animation'.

Once you're done with that, it's time to import the animation.

Step 8 Importing Animation into UE4

Open the CMN/Skeleton folder you created and click on the 'Import' icon: 

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A new window will then open, so you should navigate to your FBX and double-click it. Once you do that, copy the settings exactly as in the screenshot and press 'Import' or 'Import All' if you'd like to save your settings:

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You should then get four files, BasePose_ZGF, BasePose_ZGF_PhysicsAsset or (_Physics), your Anim and BasePose_Skeleton. The first thing you should do is save everything. You can do that by clicking 'Save All':

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Once you're done with that, rename your skeleton to 'CMN_Skeleton' like this:

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When you're done with that, you should move all the BasePose_ZGF stuff except for CMN_Skeleton into the ZGF folder. After doing that double-click your animation to view it. I highlighted the important parts which I will discuss in more detail later on:

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Step 9 Animation Settings -IMPORTANT

This is by far the most important step. It took me forever to figure this out. Shout-outs to @Killbox for the back and forth banter while working on this. Smol Gief will always be remembered.
Anyways, once you open your animation, click on 'Create Asset' > 'Create Animation' > 'From Reference Pose':

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Once you do that, you'll be greeted with a new window asking you where to save your new animation. Make sure to navigate to ZGF > SkelMesh and rename 'CMN_Skeleton_Sequence' to 'ZGF_RefPose'. Mind the caps with EVERYTHING I've discussed in this guide. Yes, it matters. Anyways, once you're done with that, save all as you should have done earlier.

Now this step is super duper important. You should re-open 'BasePose_ZGF_Anim' or whatever your animation is called and navigate to Window > Retarget Manager > Add New Retarget Source and choose Basepose_ZGF (BasePose_CharaCode for other characters innit):

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Once you're done with that, you can take a deep breath as you're almost done! (I'm too sleepy as I'm writing this ngl). The second most important step is settings up the 'Retarget Source' and 'Base Pose Type'. You should get the option to choose BasePose_ZGF and ZGF_RefPose if you've done everything correctly. Just copy what I've chosen for each and save everything:

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Actually, when you're done with this step you're basically done. You just have to move your animation and rename it. So, firstly make sure you move your animation to ZGF/Animation folder. After that, you can EITHER rename it to the animation name you'd like to replace, so like ZGF_ATK_5LP (something like that) OR you can use Doctor Bear's tool alongside Move Tool to add and utilise your custom animations. You can click on this link to join the Move-Set Modding discord where you can find the tools. Everyone is pretty helpful over there too.

Step 10 Cooking Your Mod and Setting It up for Fluffy Quack's Mod Manager

Once you're done with setting up your animations and moving them to the correct folders, you can finally cook everything and test it. Click on File > Cook Content for Windows:

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Once it's done cooking, navigate to your cooked animation which should be in C:\Users\SteamSad\Documents\Unreal Projects\StreetFighterV\Saved\Cooked\WindowsNoEditor\StreetFighterV\Content\Chara\ZGF\Animation.

Now make a copy of your animation only, ignore everything else you cooked. Basically everything we did in Unreal already exists in SFV. We just created the files in UE4 to reference them. I assume you already know how to use Fluffy Quack's Mod Manager. If not, check out Fluffy's guide which explains what to do. Note that Fluffy has recently updated the tool, so it might get a bit confusing, but you'll get the hang of it. It's easy. In short, you should create a folder structure like this: Mod Name\StreetFighterV\Content\Chara\ZGF\Animation\UE4CookedAnimation.uasset and install it via FMM. Obviously, the animation name can be anything you wanna replace or a new name as discussed earlier.

Important Note 01: You don't have to install the ZGF DMG animation. Just leave it in UE4. We imported it and set it up because it established the necessary data needed for your next character animation projects.

Important Note 02:
Do NOT delete the ZGF stuff from UE4. It'll mess up everything. It happened to me. I don't know why that particular ZGF animation is important, but it enabled us to make this breakthrough. 

Special thanks to Doctor BearKillbox, Mysterious Mod and Modder Base Discord server.
If you need help with anything, you can contact me on Twitter or the MB Discord.

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  Soul Calibur VI FPS free camera for 1.10
Posted by: kileyi - 09-04-2019, 06:29 AM - Forum: Tools, Tutorials & Resources - No Replies

Done this for practice.Only works for 1.10 for now.
Other version you can search AOB byte code,update address if you know how CE works.

I update this camera from KOF 14
Feel free to modify this script to AOB or other UE4 game,should work.

Took a video show you how it works.

If you interested how to make such FPS free script for other game,check here.

I have replied some tips on how to do so.

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  Street Fighter V FPS free camera for 4.070
Posted by: kileyi - 09-04-2019, 06:23 AM - Forum: Tools, Tutorials & Resources - Replies (2)

Done this for practice.Only works for 4.070 for now.
Other version you can search AOB byte code,update address if you know how CE works.

I update this camera from KOF 14 to SFV 3.020,then from 3.020 to 4.070.
The byte code works.
Feel free to modify this script to AOB or other UE4 game,should work.

Took a video show you how it works.

If you interested how to make such FPS free script for other game,check here.

I have replied some tips on how to do so.

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  Libra of Soul mode at higher difficulty
Posted by: FluffyQuack - 09-01-2019, 10:49 AM - Forum: Character/Stage/Sound/Misc Mods - Replies (8)

I've got a few variants of this mod.

Very Hard Libra of Soul
Download link:

This one changes all fights to same difficulty as Legendary in Versus and Training modes. This makes Libra of Soul very challenging from the get-go, and will probably make the mode take a lot of time to beat (unless you're extremely good at the game). This is the version the video above is showcasing.

Harder Libra of Soul
Download link:

This variant changes all Easy and Normal fights to Hard difficulty, and all Hard fights to Very Hard difficulty. This ensures there's never any fight which is ridiculously easy and it makes the late-game stuff a bit harder, but does not affect the difficulty of the hardest fights.

Easy Libra of Soul
Download link:

This maxes out Libra of Soul difficulty at "Normal" which makes the whole thing much easier.

These mods are based on Libra of Soul with all season 1 characters. The mods might no longer work once season 2 characters get released.

You can use my mod manager to automate the mod install/uninstall process:

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